Hi,there! I want to study Quantum Field Theory but I don't know what book to use! I have a rather good background in quantum mechanics and electrodynamics, and I probably can gain access on the following books:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Brown L.S. : "Quantum Field Theory"

Peskin and Schroeder : "Introduction to Quantum Field Theory"

Ben Simons : "Quantum Field Theory"

Weinberg S. : "The Quantum Theory Of Fields" Vol 1,2,3 .

If you have any idea or suggestion which to use (not necessary from the above list) please tell me! Thank You for your time and your help!

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